The Winsor School
A leading school for academically promising girls in grades 5-12
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Health & Wellness

Winsor’s Health and Wellness Program is carefully woven into the fabric of the whole student experience. We believe that mental, physical, and intellectual health are inextricably linked. Importantly, every Winsor student is known and supported. Beyond learning life skills in health classes, they learn from the start that faculty advisors and class coordinators and deans are there for them. Together, our school nurse, and two experienced counselors are daily resources to students, teachers, and families.

Wellness Blog

Health Resources

Wellness Resources

Websites

Anxiety and Depression

Bullying Prevention

Divorce

Grief and Loss


Healthy Eating


LGBTQ+Community



Parenting Adolescents


Recovery after Trauma


Suicide Prevention

Books

Anxiety and Depression

Anxious Kids, Anxious Parents: 7 ways to stop the worry cycle, Lynn Lyons
The Mindful Child, Susan Kaiser Greenland


Bullying Prevention

Rosalind Wiseman, Queen Bees and Wannabees


LGBTQ+Community

National Geographic – Special Issue, Gender Revolution, January 2017


Parenting Adolescents

Queen Bees and Wannabees, The Disappearing Girl
Enough As She Is – Rachel Simmons (*Release date 2/2018)
Girls and Sex – Peggy Orenstein
Untangled – Lisa Damour
Grit – Angela Duckworth
The Teenage Brain – Frances E. Jensen, M.D. with Amy Ellis Nutt


Contact Information







Diane Sneider
Director of Health Services MEd, BSN, RN
dsneider@winsor.edu
617-912-1302
617-912-1339 Fax


Amy Blackburn, Psy. D.
School Counselor
The Winsor School
ablackburn@winsor.edu
617-912-1368







Madeline Warlan, M.A.Ed
School Counselor
The Winsor School
mwarlan@winsor.edu
617-912-1385